Tuesday, June 16, 2020

Greetings from Mrs. Suzette E.

Dear acceptecho.grover45,

My name is Mrs. Suzette Engelhorn, a German citizen. I am a widow suffering from breast cancer and renal failure, as a result I may not last till the next two months according to my doctor's report. I was married to my late husband Mr. Ruprecht Engelhorn who worked with BASF (Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik) Germany, and we were married for many years without a child before his death.

I am 52 years old woman.I inherited the sum of sum of ?3.2 million Euro from my late husband, and I am in serious need of a good and honest person who will claim the funds from the Bank where it was deposited and funds use for donations to less-privileged and orphanage homes, building schools for the destitute and disaster affected people.

I decided to contact you for this donation as part of my contribution to help mankind and i would be happy anywhere i may be.I do not need any telephone communication in this regards because of my present health condition in accordance to my doctor's guideline report, get back to me through my direct email at engelhornmrssuzette@gmail.com  so that I will direct you to the Bank where this funds were deposited by my late husband Mr. Ruprecht Engelhorn, to enable you retrieve the funds in my name as the next of kin if you can be able to carry out this humanitarian projects as i have wished.

Best regards.
Mrs. Suzette Engelhorn


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(Export Manager)

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A.74, Hyeomnyeok-ro, Siheung-si, Gyeonggi-do,
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Tel.+82-31-497-2050~5
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Thursday, June 04, 2020

Request for quotation

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Greetings to you,

 I'm  Peter Kim    , from   KH-TECH CO., LTD    , urgently in-need of your products but we have no idea if your company have resume work, if YES please respond immediately to enable us place an order without any delay.

Your immediate reply will be highly appreciated, Hoping to hear from your soonest.

Thanks & Regards.

Peter Kim   

(Export Manager)

KH-TECH CO., LTD

A.74, Hyeomnyeok-ro, Siheung-si, Gyeonggi-do,
Republic of Korea.

Tel.+82-31-497-2050~5
Fax.+82-31-497-2056

Email:  
exportkhoto@yahoo.com   


  

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Dear Friend

Dear Friend,

May the peace of God be with you and your family.I know it will be a great surprise reading from me today but consider this a divine
intervention as a pastor explained to my understanding.

My name is Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G, I'm a widow from Oklahoma USA and I'm writing you from my sick bed because i have been fighting cancer and the doctors
says i have only few weeks left.

I want to entrust my money ($8.5million USD) to your care for charity purposes to help the lessprivileged as my late husbands relatives want me dead so that they
will claim all my late husband and i worked for.

I will tell you more about myself and what you need to do with the money once your receive it.Please write me soon as my health is pretty
bad and my doctors says i will be moved to the intensive care unit anytime soon.

Have a blessed day and please do pray for me.

God bless you.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G
Email: ( elibethgomez499@gmail.com )

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G /////

Dear Friend,

May the peace of God be with you and your family.I know it will be a great surprise reading from me today but consider this a divine
intervention as a pastor explained to my understanding.

My name is Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G, I'm a widow from Oklahoma USA and I'm writing you from my sick bed because i have been fighting cancer and the doctors
says i have only few weeks left.

I want to entrust my money ($8.5million USD) to your care for charity purposes to help the lessprivileged as my late husbands relatives want me dead so that they
will claim all my late husband and i worked for.

I will tell you more about myself and what you need to do with the money once your receive it.Please write me soon as my health is pretty
bad and my doctors says i will be moved to the intensive care unit anytime soon.

Have a blessed day and please do pray for me.

God bless you.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G
Email: ( elibethgomez499@gmail.com )

Thursday, April 30, 2020

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G /////

Dear Friend,

May the peace of God be with you and your family.I know it will be a great surprise reading from me today but consider this a divine
intervention as a pastor explained to my understanding.

My name is Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G, I'm a widow from Oklahoma USA and I'm writing you from my sick bed because i have been fighting cancer and the doctors
says i have only few weeks left.

I want to entrust my money ($8.5million USD) to your care for charity purposes to help the lessprivileged as my late husbands relatives want me dead so that they
will claim all my late husband and i worked for.

I will tell you more about myself and what you need to do with the money once your receive it.Please write me soon as my health is pretty
bad and my doctors says i will be moved to the intensive care unit anytime soon.

Have a blessed day and please do pray for me.

God bless you.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs. Elizabeth Smith .G
Email: ( elibethgomez499@gmail.com )

Friday, April 03, 2020

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Monday, February 24, 2014

Foggy morning

Well, apparently I didn't like the blogging thing very much since I never wrote anything after I "tried it out" again back in September.  Oops.

We did go on our trip to California and barely survived the beautiful bike ride (for real - it was HARD for people who are as out of shape as we are!). At the last rest stop I nearly plowed Levi Leipheimer over on my way to the glorious bowls full of M&Ms that I had spotted.  I only recognized him after I heard someone asking to have their picture with him, but I was so tired and ready for the ride to be over, I wouldn't have cared if Jean-Luc Picard was standing right there.  Nobody was going to get between me and chocolate.

Half-way done - blissfully unaware of the upcoming pain...
We're not yet building our house (we were hoping to break ground in December).  We were set to start construction by the end of the year and then found out that our plat was wrong and that we need to request a variance in order to build it as-designed. We're in the process of getting signatures from our neighbors and a letter of support from our neighborhood association.  If we're able to get them and get the variance approved, we might be able to start construction in May or June.  *sigh*

The husband and I have been trying out the Paleo diet for the last 3 weeks, just to see what it would be like.  It's been good for me - I'm eating much more healthy and I've lost some weight.  I'm hoping to keep it up for a little while longer, but this coming weekend of Mardi Gras is surely going to kill that.

I went for a bike ride yesterday morning and it was FOGGY.  I took a couple of pictures - it rarely gets foggy like this so it was kind of a treat.  :)

My favorite bicycle bridge

Bicycle bridge in the background
So, judging by past history, I'll be back again in about 5 months...

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Back in the Saddle

Quick update to see how I like this blogging thing again...
  1. We've been back in school now for 4 weeks.  Marxo was sick for almost an entire week, but other than that, it has been fairly uneventful.
  2. Fellan has decided that he's really interested in riding his bicycle more, and that has given both the husband and me the kick in the pants that we needed to force more family bike rides on the kids.  :)  Plus, we finally invested in a roof rack for the car and we can now transport all 4 bikes on the car more easily, so that has opened up a whole new host of possibilities for quick trips to parks and such.  I hadn't realized how limited our riding had become due to our bicycle rack situation.
  3. Work is work.
  4. House planning continues!  We're in the last phases of design, then we'll move on to permitting, and hopefully, we'll be able to break ground by the end of the year. (crossing fingers)
  5. The husband and I are celebrating our 20-year anniversary tomorrow and as a gift to ourselves, we're going to head out to California for the weekend of October 5th to ride in Levi's Gran Fondo!  It's going to kill us.  Thankfully, the 103-mile distance was sold-out by the time we registered.  We're only committed to a maximum of 65 miles.  (but we reserve the right to wimp out and only do the 32-mile route...)
And that about catches you up!  What have you been up to?